from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The place where a trail begins.
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- n. The beginning of a trail, often specifically a hiking trail
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- n. the beginning of a trail
Drive four miles in – passing through dramatic cliff formations – to the Wind Caves trailhead, which is marked on the left.
He said the trailhead will be a "gateway" to upper park, noting that the improved facilities will bring attention to trails that aren't often frequented by park users.
The trailhead is the primary gateway to the magnificent Eagles Nest Wilderness.
The trailhead is the wartime necessity of "coming together for the greater good"; from there, even after the cessation of hostilities, the slope just becomes steeper and more slippery.
But be advised, the 4. 5-mile dirt road to the trailhead is a rough one.
The trailhead is the little footpath to the left of this house.
Right at the start of the trailhead is a fountain geyser that bubbles up over the top like a boiling pot every 5 minutes.
Its pretty ideal - the Little Dog and I run uphill for about twenty minutes and then we are at the trailhead which is a happily for the Little Dog- leash free.
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From the parking area, the trailhead which is about 100 feet before the stream crossing.
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